In today’s show, we discuss the indefinite closure of the I-10 freeway, the passage of Melanie’s Law, student reactions to Professor Strauss’s comments at a pro-Palestinian protest, and this year’s changes to the Grammy Music Awards.
Governor Newsom signed a bill last month aimed at preventing youth fentanyl overdoses.
After 116 days on strike, the union SAG-AFTRA is still at odds with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. They gave the performers' union what they called their 'Last, Best, and Final Offer..." The updated terms are still being discussed.
In today’s show, we discuss defensive coordinator Alex Grinch’s late dismissal, explore the popularity behind Five Nights at Freddy’s and hear from SAG-AFTRA strikers about “last, best deal.”
On today’s show, we learned how film fans feel about The Eras Tour movie breaking the box office, how healthcare workers are striking, and last-minute Halloween costumes, From Where We Are.
Taylor Swift has taken the world by storm not only with her Eras Tour, but now also her movie out in theaters. Although highly acclaimed director Martin Scorsese released his film “Killers of the Flower Moon” over the weekend, you may be surprised as to which of the two is dominating the box office.
In today’s show, we celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day, complain about the triple overturn in last Friday’s game, explain the importance of the magic mushroom bill, explore the controversy around Drake’s album, From Where We Are.
We visited Los Angeles City College’s weekly pop-up food bank to find out how organizers are supporting students facing food insecurity
On today's show, we talk about why we should care about the government shutting down, discuss how we can help combat food insecurity in LA, speak to writers about the end of the WGA strike and celebrate Usher being the Super Bowl Halftime Show performer.
Durden’s knowledge was long hidden behind private university walls. Now, he’s sharing it with the world.
Celebrating the life of musician and activist Harry Belafonte, remembering the contributions he did to both fields.
There are hundreds of squirrels on U-S-C campus, notorious among students for their big appetites and feisty personalities. If you look closely, you might notice collars on some of them. What’s up with that? Here’s Cari Spencer with the answer.
On Monday, a Texas federal judge ruled that the abortion pill, mifepristone, undercuts FDA regulations and will potentially head to the Supreme Court next to determine the pill's fate. Gaby Medina has the story.
This summer, Californians may be trading in their bathing suits for ski suits. Ski resorts such as Mammoth mountain and Palisades Tahoe will stay open through at least July this year.
With some student workers paying up to 70% of their income for housing, protestors demand sustainable conditions.